Commit c25ba4e5 authored by Josh Coalson's avatar Josh Coalson
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deprecate projectbuilder project

parent 3c7c14e0
......@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@
AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = foreign 1.7
SUBDIRS = doc include m4 man src test build flac.pbproj obj
SUBDIRS = doc include m4 man src test build obj
DISTCLEANFILES = libtool-disable-static
......@@ -63,7 +63,6 @@ for full documentation.
A brief description of the directory tree:
doc/ the HTML documentation
flac.pbproj/ the Mac OS X Project Builder project
include/ public include files for libFLAC and libFLAC++
man/ the man page for `flac'
src/ the source code and private headers
......@@ -216,29 +215,9 @@ If you want to build without Ogg support, instead edit all .dsp or
Building on Mac OS X
If you have Fink, the GNU flow above should work. Otherwise,
there is a Project Builder project in the top-level source
directory to build libFLAC and the command-line utilities on
Mac OS X. In a terminal, cd to the top-level directory (the
one that contains this README file) and type:
pbxbuild -alltargets
This will create everything and leave it in the build/ directory.
Don't worry about the rest of the stuff that is in build/ or
the stuff that was already there before building.
The Project Builder project requires that you have libiconv and
libogg in /sw, ala fink. If you don't, you'll need to install
them somewhere and change the path to them in the Library Paths
section of several targets.
It also assumes the CPU supports Altivec instructions. If it does
not, you will also have to add -DFLAC__NO_ASM to the CFLAGS in the
libFLAC target.
There currently is no install procedure; you will have to
manually copy the tools to wherever you need them.
If you have Fink or a recent version of OS X with the proper autotooles,
the GNU flow above should work. The Project Builder project has been
deprecated but we are working on replacing it with an Xcode equivalent.
......@@ -356,6 +356,5 @@ AC_CONFIG_FILES([ \
obj/release/Makefile \
obj/release/bin/Makefile \
obj/release/lib/Makefile \
flac.pbproj/Makefile \
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